Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin has revealed that he and his team-mates are already starting to get to grips with the methods of new Gunners boss Unai Emery.
Former Sevilla and PSG coach Emery took over the reigns at the Emirates from Arsene Wenger, who had been in charge of the North London outfit for 22 years, meaning that this is bound to be a summer of big chances for many of the Gunners squad.
However, Arsenal looked impressive during their 5-1 pre-season friendly victory over French giants PSG last Saturday, and right-back Bellerin admitted that he already feels that things are starting to click under Emery.
“As I said the other day, it’s all about learning the new system, about getting used to each other again and used to the new players,” Bellerin told Arsenal Player.
“It felt like things were clicking more today. Slowly we are coming more together – training every day with the new concepts we have is working better.”